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School District No. 27

The Cariboo-Chilcotin School District is located in the Central Interior of British Columbia Canada. There are two central communities / commercial areas (100 Mile House and Williams Lake) with many outlying communities throughout the region. The region itself is very varied geographically as it ranges from open plains, deserts, vast areas of forested terrain, and alpine mountains. Around Dog Creek, the prickly pear cactus attests to the dryness of the climate, while at Likely, the cedar trees are not suffering from drought. To the east and west, snow-capped mountains form the backdrop while the plateau country between the ranges is dotted with hundreds of lakes.

The School District provides education to approximately 5200 students in 24 schools in a diverse geographical area about the same size as the Province of New Brunswick. The distance from the most eastern school to the most western is over 500 km.

Diversity does not end with geography in School District No. 27. Our teachers work in communities which range from a few families to one serving over 30,000 people. Our three smallest schools have less than 20 students while our largest has just under 1500.

Although many of our schools are in rural communities, most working and living conditions are similar to those in schools found in other parts of the Province. A number of our schools are relatively new and a similar number have had recent renovation projects which have brought the quality of the facilities up to a high standard. Schools are well designed and are equipped with the materials and books necessary to implement contemporary instructional programs. Check out Programs & Services.

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